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JBL 410 headphones broken


Hi! I have a pair of JBL ref 410 headphones that i accidentally broke. The plastic connector piece holding together the head band and the ear piece snapped into 2. i was wondering if JBL has these parts as spares, and if i could get my headphones repaired at the local service center? Thanks


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  • shubhamk Sep 03, 2008

    hii i have the same problem..

    i bought jbl 410 and it broke the very next day from the joint where it connects the headband..the joint is very weak..

    can i get a replacement from jbl??

  • gdulling Oct 05, 2008

    I just did the same thing and I tried to superglue it but it won't hold...Please help because I love these headphones.

  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2008

    I've got the same problem, tried to get the part but no one could help it may be a small thing to the company but customer help and assistance go a long way...are ya listening JBL

  • Anonymous Oct 21, 2008

    i also have d same poblem...i tried to stick it with glue...it got sticked but after a few days its right head phone was working but d left one was not...maybe becoz of d glue d wire got damaged...



  • ChrisIngram.net
    ChrisIngram.net Nov 02, 2012

    I was able to drill a small hole up through the cylinder-shaped chamber leading to the ear piece and then epoxied a metal screw into the broken area. Worked for me

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    help me out

  • Vignesh TV
    Vignesh TV Mar 23, 2014

    wer can i get the spare parts??

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The same happened to me. JBL says that repair services are not available for this product according to their website. Their suggestion is to buy a new pair!!!!!. What a shame. JBL products are quite good but the post service is ****.

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After this happened to me, it felt like a real shame to throw these out when the drivers were still perfectly good. So I bought a pair of cheap 40mm headphones and transplanted the JBL 410's drivers into them. The fit was perfect and I can continue to enjoy that beautiful, bass-heavy sound.
I would think that any pair of 40mm headphones where the cable goes into each side should work. I swapped them into a Zumreed ZHP-005 knock-off for less than $15, and I'm sure there a lot of options out there for that price or less. If you've got some soldering skills, you could probably get the JBL 410 drivers to work with headphones where the cable is on one side (like the Urbanears Plattan, Panasonic RP-HTX7, etc).

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